Monday, April 30, 2012

FREE PRESCHOOL AT FAIRVIEW

Registration for the Fairview Elementary Preschool has begun. This is a FREE preschool. FREE transportation will be provided.

The Fairview Preschool is open to qualified children who live in Fairiew's attendance area. Children must be four years old by August 1, 2012.  A child does not have to have a sibling already at Fairview to qualify.

The program meets Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 8:35 - 3:50 p.m. and Wednesday from 9:35 - 3:50 p.m.   Before and after school care is available for a fee.

Transportation will be on MCCSC school buses equipped with safety restraints. Preschoolers will ride with other Fairview students.

Call 812-330-7700, extension 50055 a.s.a.p. if you are interested. Please help get the word out by informing your neighbors who may not be on the list-serve. Thank you.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

BULKY ITEMS DAY THIS COMING WEEKEND! From article in HT April 9th.

If you can't wait until our May 12th Clean-Up Day, you may take your bulky items to Monroe County Fairgrounds. Friday and Saturday April 13th & 14th, 8am to 4pm.  Enter through Gate 3 off Airport Road.

For more details, check the website: gogreendistrict.com or call 349-2020 during normal business hours.

Accepted items:  park benches, humidifiers, bathtubs, couches, dressers, mattresses, toilets, tables, furniture, large household items, boar/lumber, carpets/flooring and building materials.  Scrap metal recycling items that will be accepted include: microwaves, grills with no tanks, tire rims, stoves, washers, dryers, steel/aluminum, pipe, fence posts and other scrap metal.

DO NOT BRING: chemical containers, fluorescent bulbs, gas cans, household trash, paint cans, televisions, computers, monitors, empty car gas tanks, propane tanks, tires, roofing, household hazardous materials and waste.  OUR NEIGHBORHOOD, ON CLEAN-UP DAY,  CANNOT ACCEPT OR HAUL THESE ITEMS, AS WELL.

If the items are usable, they might find a good home.  During the event, several reuse agencies will be on site to take those items.  However these agencies will not be present the entire time.  The public is urged to drop usable bulky items off at local reuse agencies to make sure they receive them.

Tell your neighbors…….It’s a CBNA quarterly meeting too! COME RAIN OR SHINE


Crescent Bend 
Neighborhood
Spring Clean-up Day & Yard Sales
8:00-2:00 Saturday, May 12th
Pick-up of all item needing to be hauled will end at 1pm. 

CBNA will raise funds by hauling your old metal to recycle at J.B. Salvage
·        Appliances
·        Aluminum siding and metal doors
·        Rusty stuff
·        Copper pipes, all things copper
Call for volunteer pickup to donate your metal objects 334-3170

You can raise funds for yourself  by having a yard sale at your house or at business park lot at 1800 W. 17th  on May 12th.   CBNA will pay for yard sale ad and post signs.  All yard salers should notify Sharon  (stroualet@att.net)  or 334-3170 to get your sale listed on the CBNA YARD SALES list that we’ll hand out to customers at each sale.   CBNA residents who can’t have a yard sale at their homes due to parking problems can set up a table at the business park lot at 1800 W. 17th.  Call or E-mail Sharon to sign up.

Join the Neighborhood Trash Crew:  1-2:00 p.m. or until W17th and Crescent are trash free.  Email Carrie (cgw1018@sbcglobal.net) to volunteer!  All hands on deck!  The more picker-uppers the better.

Used Battery Collection:  Drop off old batteries in bin at the parking lot at 1800 West 17th St.  or all Sharon 334-3170 (stroualet@att.net) for pickup.

Stop by the tent at 1800 W. 17th St.
for hot dogs, cold drinks and neighborly chat.

CBNA Quarterly Meeting Feb. 27th

If you didn't make it to the last meeting, we discussed:

Organization and planning for Clean-Up Day that would be happening in May.  There will be a yard sale element this year (2012) as well as road trash removal crew and trucks to pick up metal and items that can be recycled, that might need a pick-up or trailer to move.
 
Need to stay ahead of planning that will be taking place for I-69

Neighborhood Watch - briefly  Shannon Simpson states that Crescent Pointe now has a courtesy officer and that patrols by police have increased as well.

Possibly organizing groups to keep the road trash free throughout the year.

Problems with barking dogs and how to approach and resolve the problem.

Briefly discussed the new Crescent Rd./ Vernal Pike intersection.  Justin Wykoff unable to come to meeting.  Our sign will be placed at this intersection.  We plan to landscape and use our own funds so we will not necessarily be tied to "City recommended" plants and trees.

Retaining 501C status as a tax-free entity and filing paperwork with federal government.

NEXT MEETING WILL BE ON CLEAN-UP DAY MAY 12th.